• Lent Devotional

    2022 Lent Devotional – Day 4

    Humility: A supreme virtue to be Christ-like (Philippians 2:6-8) We in the church often put emphasis on what a person can do rather than what a person should be. In Christian life, Christ-like character is the most important element that determines the trajectory of our talents and influence. One of the most significant aspects of

    2022 Lent Devotional – Day 3

    Waiting on the Lord “But those who wait on the Lord shall renew their strength. They shall mount up with wings like eagles, they shall run and not be weary, they shall walk and not faint.” (Isaiah 40:31 NKJV) Patience is a virtue, rightly said. And this virtue is exhibited when we have to wait during

    2022 Lent Devotional – Day 2

    Immeasurable Joy Principal Rainy, of whom a child once remarked that she believed he went to Heaven every night because he was so happy every day, once used a fine metaphor about a Christian’s joy. “Joy,” he said, “is the flag which is flown from the castle of the heart when the King is in

    2022 Lent Devotional – Day 1

    Ash Wednesday We are at that time of year again when the Lenten season begins. The observance of lent is a tradition in many denominations and lately there has been a lot of interest in it especially among young people. The word Lent is derived from the Anglo-Saxon ‘Lencten’, which simply means “spring.” The Eastern

    Lent Devotional – Day 47

    The hope of the resurrection We started this journey from Ash Wednesday, a journey that has lasted us 46 days. The Lenten season is a time for spiritual inventory, for reflection and focusing on spiritual disciplines so that our walk with God is deepened. It was our privilege to bring you devotions during this Lent

    Lent Devotional – Day 46

    F.F. BRUCE: WHERE IS JESUS? “One may picture a military leader returning to Jerusalem at the head of His followers, after routing an enemy army and taking many prisoners. The victorious procession, with the captives in the train, makes its way up the temple mount, preceded by the sacred ark, which symbolizes the invisible presence